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    historical-places-events, history, multicultural, jews, biography, memoir, memories, #NEVERFORGET, coping-mechanisms, mass-murder, social-media, PTSD***** It hurts to read parts of the book. Lily and her siblings live in a loving Kosher home in Hungary with little or no knowledge of the scourge of Europe. When the family is split up and taken away, Lily manages to keep two of her sisters with her and even adds a few other girls at times. Lily is magnificently resourceful under incredible conditions. Man's inhumanity to man is made very clear in the way that so much is done to dehumanize those in the camps. Remember, these are civilian noncombatants. Not POWs. Life goes on for some, she is moved first to Switzerland and then Israel, marries and has children. Life goes well for a time until her beloved husband has several heart attacks and they go to England (not speaking English) for other cardiac treatment which goes well for a number of years. At the time when she is in despair over his death, she begins a new phase in her life initiated by her great-grandson and begins her own healing process as well. NEVER FORGET. This is a very moving book that is needed now and in the future. I requested and received a free e-book copy from HarperOne via NetGalley. Thank you

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